My work uses different languages of representation to picture personal fantasies and shared fictions. A recent series of photographic dioramas, titled Sibs, explores the reuse of neglected substances as en effort to reanimate their condensation of meanings. Like a family story told by two separate relatives, the same scene is constructed twice in separate materials. Similarly, my videos ask a recurring question about retelling and remaking: how are pictures collaboratively constructed or misconstrued between a speaker and presumed listener? This question is performed by characters who place the viewer under the care of preventative medicine, primary education, or therapeutic dialogue. Solo exhibitions have included Ortega y Gasset Projects in New York, and Daniel Weinburg Gallery in Los Angeles. I earned my MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University and my BFA from The Cooper Union.